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Jaipur Railway Station is well connected to Delhi (by Ajmer Shatabdi and Mandor Express), Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai and Hyderabad. Also connected to Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Chitaur, Ajmer and more. Jaipur’s Sanganer Airport is south of the city; linked to all metros and big cities.

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Studded with massive hilltop forts and mesmerising palatial residences, well-laid gardens, and wonders in stone, Jaipur is topped off with a sprinkling of heartwarming Rajasthani hospitality. Discover this oasis of colours in the desert, when you shop for trinkets and handicrafts at Chaura Rasta and Tripolia Bazar; be mesmerised by the marvels of Amber Fort- explore what it was like to be a Rajput king or queen as you stroll through the corridors of the Amber Fort. This 17th-century fort is surely one of the top reasons to visit Jaipur. Consisting of 950 windows, Hawa Mahal is a 5-storey high sandstone structure which was constructed in such a way that a cool breeze always blows inside no matter what the weather! Visit the Hawa Mahal to appreciate an Indian architectural marvel! Get a taste of 'king size' life when you visit the City Palace-this vast royal complex occupies almost a seventh of the entire Pink City. And get the true taste of Rajasthan when you visit the well loved Chokhi Dhaani - from colourful folk dances and puppet shows to camel rides and authentic Rajasthani cuisine, there is so much to experience at Chokhi Dhani Village.

One thing you can’t get past in the city of Jaipur is its rich cultural heritage. Spend some time with the people and learn about their intriguing past. You are sure to have a good time doing so! You could also learn a few Rajasthani dance moves or even a song or two. 

Jaipur, the Pink City, has attracted filmmakers from across the globe. Once the iconic anthem of the youth “Masti ki Pathshala” from ‘Rang De Basanti’ was shot at the Nahargarh Fort of Jaipur. Amer Fort has been a quite preferred choice for the directors of Jodha Akbar and Veer and Shuddh Desi Romance. Some other movies that were shot in Jaipur were Bol Bacchan, Bhool Bhulaiya, both shot at the Chomu Palace.

Come March and an all new life is unleashed on the city with the celebrations of the Elephant Festival which commence with a pompous procession of elephants, the folk of dancers, camels and horses. One can enjoy the Rajasthani folk dance and music performances which are also a part of the celebration. Don't forget to gorge on some Rajasthani  delicacies, bite into some delicious bajre ki roti or dal bati churma . And do go on a shopping spree when you visit Jaipur.

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